Lassana Flora signs with Singaporean trains florists staff
Sri Lanka's leading wedding and floral decor service provider,
Lassana Flora recently signed an agreement with one of Singapore's
largest florists, FarEast Flora, to train its florists.
The first such residential training programme was successfully
conducted recently at the Lassana Flora Staff Training Centre in Nawala
where florists from Lassana Flora exchanged ideas with visiting
Singaporean experts and were trained in the finer points of flower
design and the intricacies of the floral art.
training session in progress.
Chairman of Lassana Flora Dr. Lasantha Malavige said, "We are proud
and honoured to partner with one of Singapore's top florists. As a
company we always strive to both excite and inspire our clients with the
most creative floral solutions.
Our decision to bring down experts from FarEast Flora to train our
florists has given us a tangible and leading edge in Sri Lanka's floral
industry as we now strive to greater heights" "Lassana Flora has always
believed in continuous training to uplift the knowledge and expertise of
its personnel so that the company exceeds customer expectations to be in
line with international trends", he added. With more than 40 years of
experience in the international floral industry, FarEast Flora has a
regional presence with operations in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong
and, has come to represent consistent quality of service.
Its business units range from retail, an exciting online floral
service (FEF.com) to a thriving wholesale flower centre.
See Pei San, the General Manager of FarEast Flora said, "We consider
it an honour to work with Sri Lanka's No. 1 wedding and floral décor
company and hence our acceptance of this invitation to visit Sri Lanka.
Dr. Lasantha Malavige has a great vision for his company and is a
person totally dedicated to quality assurance. Our partnership with
Lassana Flora is a win-win situation." Chief Trainer P. Christina (AIFD)
said, "We are delighted to be a part of Lassana Flora's continual
emphasis on training. It will further enhance their florists' competency
in offering creative floral products that 'bring happiness' to their
"Florists play a pivotal role in a floral company. They need to
reinvent themselves all the time and be trained on a continuous basis to
meet high customer expectations, thereby pitching differently to others
in the market.
This partnership will tremendously benefit our valued customers from
all parts of Sri Lanka as they have now access to floral designs and
floral gift solutions of high international standards all the time", Dr.